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Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
iment; wounded July 10th, died July 23d. Private P. S. Snuggs, 51st Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Major J. M. Bradley, 13th Mississippi Regiment, wounded July 2d, died July 28th. Captain A. J. Pulliam, 17th Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d. Captain E. J. Zane, 34th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 5th; died July 28th. Colonel S. P. Lumpkin, 44th Georgia regiment; wounded July 1st. Private W. F. Logan, 1st Virginia cavalry. Lieutenant N. C. Hobbs, 1st Virginia cavalry; wounded July 10th. Captain W. B. Haygood, 44th Georgia regiment; wounded July 1st. Private C. C. Mims, 5th Alabama regiment. Private J. H. Bassett, 11th Mississippi regiment; wounded July 3d. Private W. H. Stiff, 55th Virginia regiment; wounded July 1st. Major H. D. McDaniel, 11th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Captain Frank Bond, 1st Maryland cavalry; wounded July 6th. [From the Richmond, Va., Times, of September 24th, November 12th, December 3d, and December 24th, 1899.]
Hagerstown (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport. Old record sent to Governor Tyler. Dr. J. M. Gaines, the surgeon in charge, wishes it preserved to Posterity—List contains nearly three hundred names. Governor Tyler has received from Dr. J. M. Gaines, of Hagerstown, Md., late surgeon 18th Virginia infantry, Garnett's brigade, Pickett's division, Longstreet's corpsa complete list of the sick and wounded Confederate soldiers left at Williamsport, Pa., and Hagerstown, Md., after the battle of Gettysburg, from July 13 to August 12, 1863. Dr. Gaines made the re care for the wounded of the Army of Northern Virginia. After the hospital was established in Hagerstown, Dr. Gaines was sent thither by the Federal authorities to care for his wounded comrades. He the Governor are the original copies, and were recently found by Dr. Gaines in his library at Hagerstown. He is a native of Virginia, having been born at Locust Hill, near Culpeper. He is very anxi
Williamsport (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport. Old record sent to Governor Tyler. Dr. J. M. Gaines, the surgeon in charge, wishes it preserved to Posterity—List contains nearly three hundred names. Governor Tyler has received from Dr. J. M. Gaines, of Hagerstown, Md., late surgeon 18th Virginia infantry, Garnett's brigade, Pickett's division, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia, a complete list of the sick and wounded Confederate soldiers left at Williamsport, Pa., and Hagerstown, Md., after the battle of Gettysburg, from July 13 to August 12, 1863. Dr. Gaines made the report of the number of inmates of these hospitals. By order of General Lee, he was left at Williamsport to care for the wounded of the Army of Northern Virginia. After the hospital was established in Hagerstown, Dr. Gaines was sent thither by the Federal authorities to care for his wounded comrades. He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent North, c
Point Lookout, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
or his wounded comrades. He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent North, chiefly to Chester, Pa. Dr. Gaines was sent to Chester, and had charge of the ward of the Confederate sick and wounded until they were sent to Point Lookout. Dr. Gaines was sent to Fort Delaware, and finally to Point Lookout, where he was allowed to attend a ward filled with sick and wounded Confederates. About December 12, 1863, he was sent to Washington and Fort Monroe by way of Baltimore, andPoint Lookout, where he was allowed to attend a ward filled with sick and wounded Confederates. About December 12, 1863, he was sent to Washington and Fort Monroe by way of Baltimore, and was exchanged. The rolls sent the Governor are the original copies, and were recently found by Dr. Gaines in his library at Hagerstown. He is a native of Virginia, having been born at Locust Hill, near Culpeper. He is very anxious that the Governor make such disposition of the rolls as will insure their preservation to posterity. The list has never been published, and the Dispatch presents it below. It will be read with interest, not only by the men who took part in the great struggle
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
to care for his wounded comrades. He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent North, chiefly to Chester, Pa. Dr. Gaines was sent to Chester, and had charge of the ward of the Confederate sick and wounded until they were sent to Point Lookout. Dr. Gaines was sent to Fort Delaware, and finally to Point Lookout, where he was allowed to attend a ward filled with sick and wounded Confederates. About December 12, 1863, he was sent to Washington and Fort Monroe by way of Baltimore, and was exchanged. The rolls sent the Governor are the original copies, and were recently found by Dr. Gaines in his library at Hagerstown. He is a native of Virginia, having been born at Locust Hill, near Culpeper. He is very anxious that the Governor make such disposition of the rolls as will insure their preservation to posterity. The list has never been published, and the Dispatch presents it below. It will be read with interest, not only by the men who took part in the great
Chester, Pa. (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
agerstown, Md., after the battle of Gettysburg, from July 13 to August 12, 1863. Dr. Gaines made the report of the number of inmates of these hospitals. By order of General Lee, he was left at Williamsport to care for the wounded of the Army of Northern Virginia. After the hospital was established in Hagerstown, Dr. Gaines was sent thither by the Federal authorities to care for his wounded comrades. He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent North, chiefly to Chester, Pa. Dr. Gaines was sent to Chester, and had charge of the ward of the Confederate sick and wounded until they were sent to Point Lookout. Dr. Gaines was sent to Fort Delaware, and finally to Point Lookout, where he was allowed to attend a ward filled with sick and wounded Confederates. About December 12, 1863, he was sent to Washington and Fort Monroe by way of Baltimore, and was exchanged. The rolls sent the Governor are the original copies, and were recently found by Dr. Gaines in his l
Fort Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.36
neral Lee, he was left at Williamsport to care for the wounded of the Army of Northern Virginia. After the hospital was established in Hagerstown, Dr. Gaines was sent thither by the Federal authorities to care for his wounded comrades. He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent North, chiefly to Chester, Pa. Dr. Gaines was sent to Chester, and had charge of the ward of the Confederate sick and wounded until they were sent to Point Lookout. Dr. Gaines was sent to Fort Delaware, and finally to Point Lookout, where he was allowed to attend a ward filled with sick and wounded Confederates. About December 12, 1863, he was sent to Washington and Fort Monroe by way of Baltimore, and was exchanged. The rolls sent the Governor are the original copies, and were recently found by Dr. Gaines in his library at Hagerstown. He is a native of Virginia, having been born at Locust Hill, near Culpeper. He is very anxious that the Governor make such disposition of the roll
D. H. Watts (search for this): chapter 1.36
h Carolina regiment; wounded June 19th. Private J. E. Bradderberry, Cam. artillery. Private M. Lettice, 10th Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d. Private J. Vandevender, 62d Virginia; wounded July 5th; died August 2d. Private L. R. Johnson, 26th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 2d. Private E. W. Horn, 13th South Carolina regiment; wounded July 9th. Private D. L. Wood, 24th Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d. Private R. Bowen, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th. Private D. H. Watts, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th. Private W. Edwards, 47th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th. Private W. L. Jackson, 37th Georgia regiment; wounded July 1st. Private Mahooner, 11th Mississippi regiment, wounded July 3d. Captain J. F. Mover, 2d South Carolina regiment, wounded July 2d, died July 27th. Captain J. K. McIver, 8th South Carolina regiment; wounded July 2d. Private J. Mitchell, 12th Alabama regiment; died July 30th. Private A Crews, 50th Ge
J. Vandevender (search for this): chapter 1.36
rgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Private J. W. Reynolds, 59th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Private A. B. Williams, 59th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Private Joseph Cain, 59th Georgia regiment. Private Simeon Willis, 59th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th; died August 1st. Private D. M. Patterson, 45th North Carolina regiment; wounded June 19th. Private J. E. Bradderberry, Cam. artillery. Private M. Lettice, 10th Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d. Private J. Vandevender, 62d Virginia; wounded July 5th; died August 2d. Private L. R. Johnson, 26th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 2d. Private E. W. Horn, 13th South Carolina regiment; wounded July 9th. Private D. L. Wood, 24th Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d. Private R. Bowen, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th. Private D. H. Watts, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th. Private W. Edwards, 47th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th. Private W. L. Jackson, 37th Geor
L. T. McKee (search for this): chapter 1.36
noy, 1st Louisiana regiment. Private J. Cain, 62d Virginia regiment. Corporal E. J. Jewell, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died July 19th. Private S. Stebbins, 32d North Carolina regiment; died July 17th. Private Albert Smith, 50th Virginia regiment. Private A. F. Haddon, 1st South Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th Private C. McClure, 11th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th. Sergeant G. W. Gardner, 12th South Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th. Private L. T. McKee, 42d Mississippi regiment. Private F. A. Calhoun, 37th North Carolina regiment. Private W. Dancy, 18th North Carolina regiment. Private W. H. Crickman, 1st North Carolina regiment. Corporal W. Wright, 11th Mississippi regiment; wounded July 14th; died July 17th. Private A. P. Matthews, 11th Mississippi regiment; wounded July 14th; died July 17th. Private F. C. Burney, 11th Mississippi regiment; wounded July 14th; died July 17th. Lieutenant J. B. O'Neil, 3d South Carolina
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